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The Girl Graphs
Wednesday, 2005 February 16 - 11:31 pm
Your rating: 95.

When I was in school, I kept track of every girl that I liked, and how much I thought they liked me back.

I assigned numeric ratings to each girl. Then I drew graphs. Then I put all the numbers into a spreadsheet and printed graphs from the computer. Did I mention that I was a GIANT GEEK? At some point I'll post the pictures to prove it.

Here's one of the early graphs, with names blurred out for obvious reasons. Note that the date on the X-axis is a STARDATE. LIKE. IN. STAR. TREK. OMFG, I was SUCH a geek.




Here's a computerized version:




Years later, I found out that my sister did something similar. She ALSO eventually became an engineer. Go figure, huh?

There is a corollary to this story, but that will have to wait for another day.
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